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Homeless New Yorkers Live in Squalor as Illegals Enjoy Posh Amenities

'This is a place people can come, rest, relax and kick their feet up after the journey they have been on... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) As New York City’s homeless problem collapses into a complete disaster, the city has gone out of its way to guarantee choice foods and luxury consumer goods for illegal immigrants, the New York Post reported.

New York City Mayor Eric Adams set up a massive luxury tent city to house the immigrants while the homeless crisis is ignored.

Emergency Management Commissioner Zach Iscol told reporters that the tent city will be a place of relaxation and rest for the brave immigrants who need to respite after their long, illegal journey.

“This is a place people can come, rest, relax and kick their feet up after the journey they have been on,” he said.

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The illegal immigrants will even be served “culturally appropriate” cuisine.

“It is South American fare,” Iscol said. “The folks have already been providing food, which is great. Crews, including myself, have been eating it for the past couple of weeks.”

Homeless Americans expressed outrage at the unjust treatment.

“They’ve got Xboxes? Get the f**k outta here!” fumed Baran Hines, 36.

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According to Hines, he has been living at the city’s HELP Meyer shelter from which he can see the posh tent city.

“The building I’m in is so f**king awful,” Hines said.

“The smell is awful on every floor. The bathrooms are terrible with piss everywhere and s**t everywhere. There are flies in the bathroom.”

“The tents look five times better,” he added.

Hines noted that the food he is given is so terrible that he typically cannot recognize what it is.

“Once a month, if I recognize the food, I’ll eat it,” he said. “But you taste some meals and you don’t know what it is.”

Adams announced last month that the tent city would be the “first touchpoint for asylum seekers.”

“This emergency response represents what we know must be done during this humanitarian crisis, as we continue to seek assistance from our federal and state partners to continue this work,” Adams said.

“Like the generations that came to our city before, [N.Y.] will provide the thousands now coming to our city with the foundation to build a better life.”

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